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An Underground Railroad Sell. --Deacon Chase, of Holyoke, Mass. enjoys that species of enlargement of the heart which finds relief in enlarging the distance between the sunny South and the flying slave. A week ago his "speciality" had a chance to operate. A negro called upon him and asked his assistance to reach free and happy Canada. A ticket for Montreal and some money were soon forth coming. At Bellows Falls the darkey sold his ticket for half-price, proceeded to Keene, New Hampshire, and had a grand sprees, declaring that he "never had no notion of gwine to Canada, to be friz to death." It was not the first time he had visited Keene. Three years ago he was there on a similar mission, and was put through to Marlow upon the strength of a letter from Horace Greeley, which he exhibited.-- Providence (R. I.) Journal.
The love Chase. --Sheridan Knowles' five act comedy of the "Love Chase" was produced at the Theatre on Monday night--the occasion of the first appearance in this city of Miss Josephine Gougenheim. To those familiar with the piece, we need hardly say that its representation requires of its heroine an amount of spirit and vivacity that might be regarded as unnatural, were it not accompanied by a show of deep feeling. We are gratified to state that in this respect "Miss Joey" is fully equal to the part. Her description of the chase and raillery of Wildrake were most admirable, and throughout the play she maintained the character in a style that denoted a thorough appreciation of its meaning. Miss G. has a tall, graceful figure, an expressive face, and sparkling black eyes, and is unquestionably an actress of merit. Some pieces of uncommon attractiveness are to be produced during her engagement, and we assure the public that no one will be the worse for spending an occasional e